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Songs Every Choir Loves to Sing - Full Score

Kevin Mayhew
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Product Code: 3612390

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The arrangements are all by established and highly skilled composers who know what really works with choirs.

What a treat awaits the choirs who adopt this book – 50 of the all-time top songs arranged for two parts with super piano or keyboard accompaniments.

The music is available in two versions – a full score and a vocal score for the singers.

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Product Code3612390
NameSongs Every Choir Loves to Sing - Full Score
SupplierKevin Mayhew
Short DescriptionThe arrangements are all by established and highly skilled composers who know what really works with choirs.
Pack Size1
Size220mm x 295mm
Count340 Pages
Date Published2 Jun 2011
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Choirs choir every song songs sings singing love luv wuv
brilliant arrangements, mostly Review by fionar
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This is exactly what I was looking for for my primary school choir - clever, funny and not too difficult arrangements of some of the best traditional songs around. I actually laughed out loud a few times when reading through the book. A couple of the songs look fairly humdrum but there are so many good ones the problem is knowing where to start. I can't wait to introduce it to the children (Posted on 05/10/2012)

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A life on the ocean wave
All the nice girls love a sailor
Annie’s song
Bobby Shaftoe
Boom, boom! Ain’t it great to
be crazy?
Bridge over troubled water
Brown-eyed girl
Chick, chick, chicken
Daisy Bell
Dancing Queen
Danny boy
Dashing away with the smoothing iron
Deep river
Dem dry bones
Do your ears hang low?
Early one morning
Golden slumbers
Home on the range
I am the music man
I do like to be beside the seaside
If I had a hammer
I’m a nut!
It’s a long way to Tipperary
Last night’s pizza
Li’l Liza Jane
Mamma mia
Michael Finnegan
My Bonnie lies over the ocean
My grandfather’s clock
Now is the hour
On Ilkley moor baht ’at
One finger, one thumb
Pick a bale o’ cotton
She’ll be comin’ round the mountain
Steal away
Strawberry Fair
Streets of London
Swing low, sweet chariot
The animals went in two by two
The ash grove
The bear climbed over the mountain
The last rose of summer
The Skye boat song
There once was a guy with a ping-pong ball
When I first came to this land
Ye banks and braes
You’ll never get to heaven
You’ll never walk alone